Tierra de Nadie may refer to:
Tierra de Nadie is the fifth studio album by the Spanish heavy metal band Barón Rojo. It was released in 1987.
Tierra de Nadie is the fourth studio album by Mexican pop singer Ana Gabriel. It was released in 1988. She achieved international recognition with this album and it reached #1 in the Billboard Latin Pop Albums staying in the chart for 73 weeks. It sold four million worldwide. The album was given a Premio Lo Nuestro award for "Pop Album of the Year" in 1990.
The Tierra de nadie is the name of a public space that is one of the green spaces inside the lands of the University City of Caracas, the campus of the Central University of Venezuela.
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María Guadalupe Araujo, better known as Ana Gabriel, is a Mexican singer and songwriter from Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico. She first sang on the stage at age six, singing "Regalo A Dios" by José Alfredo Jiménez. She moved to Tijuana, Baja California and studied accounting. At age 21, in 1977, she recorded her first song, titled "Compréndeme". During her long career, she has hits in three different genres of music: rock en español, Latin pop, and rancheras.
Tierra Santa is a Spanish heavy metal band from La Rioja, Spain. The band was formed in 1997 by Ángel, Arturo, Roberto, Iñaki and Tomy, and the band released their debut album Medieval that same year. Later they began to tour with Avalanch and Mägo de Oz, mainly in Spain. In 2004 they toured through the United States for the first time.
José Antonio Aguilar Jiménez, better known as Pepe Aguilar, is a Mexican-American singer-songwriter and actor.
Barón Rojo are a Spanish heavy metal band, who reached some international success in the 1980s. The band is led by siblings Carlos and Armando de Castro, previously from the band Coz, and it is considered one of the most important representatives of Spanish hard rock bands. "Barón Rojo" in Spanish is "Red Baron", the name of the band is an homage to Manfred von Richthofen, and the eponymous song "Barón Rojo" is about him.
Gabriel Soto Díaz is a Mexican actor and model. He won the national male pageant El Modelo Mexico, and placed first runner-up in Mister World 1996. He was also a member of the former Mexican boy band Kairo, and acts in telenovelas.
Saratoga is a Spanish Heavy Metal band, established in 1992 by Niko del Hierro and Jero Ramiro.
Nuria Fernández Gómez better known as Nuria Fergó is a Spanish singer and actress.
Los Parientes Pobres is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carla Estrada for Televisa in 1993. Lucero sang the main theme and it was an airplay hit in all Latin America. It was never released as a single, but it appears in the special album Lazos de Amor and her Lucero album known as Veleta.
Amada más que nunca is the seventh studio album by Mexican pop singer Daniela Romo. This album was released on 1991. The album received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Latin Pop Performance, which it lost to Vikki Carr's Cosas del Amor; and was also nominated for Pop Album of the Year at the Lo Nuestro Awards of 1992 and it is her most successful album to date.
"De Mí Enamórate" is a ballad written by Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel, and performed by Daniela Romo. The song was produced by Gian Pietro Felisatti and co-produced by Miguel Blasco. It was released as the first single from her fourth studio album Mujer de todos, Mujer de nadie.
"Simplemente Amigos" is a ballad written and performed by Mexican singer-songwriter Ana Gabriel. It was produced by Mariano Pérez Bautista and was released on June 22, 1988 as the second single from her studio album Tierra de Nadie (1988). The song became Gabriel's second number-one single in the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart after "Ay Amor" in 1987. The success of the song led its parent album to its peak at number one in the Billboard Latin Pop Albums and approximate sales of six million units in Latin America.
Héctor Walter Giardino is an Argentine guitarist, songwriter and leader of the heavy metal and hard rock band Rata Blanca.
The MTV Movie Awards Mexico 2002 was hosted by Regina Orozco.
Tributo a Los Prisioneros is a tribute album is a 2000 album recorded by various artists in tribute to Chilean rock band Los Prisioneros. It's the only official tribute album to Los Prisioneros.
Panzer is a Chilean flaite heavy metal band created in 1987.
The 2nd Lo Nuestro Awards ceremony, presented by Univision honoring the best Latin music of 1989 and 1990 took place on May 24, 1990, at a live presentation held at the Knight Center in Miami, Florida. The ceremony was broadcast in the United States and Latin America by Univision.
Nadie me dirá como quererte is a Venezuela telenovela written by Martín Hahn and produced by Radio Caracas Televisión in 2008. It is inspired by the work Ifigenia of Teresa de la Parra.